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Warner is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,833 at the 2010 census. The town is home to The College of Saint Mary Magdalen, Rollins State Park and Mount Kearsarge State Forest.
The town’s central settlement, where 444 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined as the Warner census-designated place (CDP), and is located along New Hampshire Route 103 and the Warner River. The town also includes the villages of Davisville and Waterloo.<...

75% of US Internet Users Watched Online Video In May

comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, today released May 2008 data from the comScore Video Metrix service, reporting that U.S. Internet users viewed more than 12 billion online videos during the month, representing an increase of 45 percent versus year ago. Fox Interactive …

Online Video for Journalism and Journalistic Video Stories

Al Morning, of Poynter Online, has published a great interview on their site with The Washington Post's video journalist and documentary filmmaker, Travis Fox. In the interview, Travis talks about his experience in putting together his newest project (video below) about successful businesses opportunities that …

Video Consumption Up 13% From Last Month

New comScore numbers say online video views reached 11.5 billion during the month of March. Consumption was up 13% from February and 64% from the same month last year. YouTube alone accounted for 4.3 billion of those views, making up 38% of the Web video …

Warner Bros Announces New VOD – TheWB.com

The Warner Bros. Television Group today unveiled two new broadband destinations and other key components of its multiplatform digital media business strategy at a New York press conference. The announcements, made by Bruce Rosenblum, President, Warner Bros. Television Group, include: – The launch of TheWB.com, …

Online Video Continues To Soar – Research

New data released Wednesday show online views of videos soared 66 percent in the U.S. in February from a year earlier, with TV networks grabbing just a pittance of those eyeballs. The numbers from comScore Inc. underscored a problem being discussed by network executives this …

Google and Common Sense – An Internet Safety Video

Google is expected on Tuesday to announce the launch of  a parent's resource for kids' safety online – called The Family Safety Guide . You can actually see that it is live now by following the link. Its reported that in partnership with the media-awareness …

TMZ Goes Wireless – Ad Supported Mobile Video

TMZ – the number one entertainment news destination on the Internet – is expanding into the mobile space as TMZ goes wireless via an advertiser-supported, cross-carrier, stand-alone mobile web site that will put the most popular aspects of http://www.TMZ.com (including rich content such as video) …

Hulu To Launch Wednesday With New Partners

Hulu will launch its free video streaming service on March 12, when the service exits its five-month-long private beta phase and becomes accessible to all public users.  Hulu has attracted a ton of attention from the press and for good reason, the site is backed …

Professionally Published Video Sites – 33.5 Billion Views In 2007

AccuStream Research: Professionally Published Online Video up 50.3% in '07 to 33.5 Billion Views Online video views (streams and progressive downloads) delivered through professionally branded sites increased 50.3% in 2007 to 33.5 billion, according to a research study published by AccuStream iMedia Research. Online Video …

ClipBlast Video Search Wins 2 Major Awards

ClipBlast! the premier Web-wide video search and navigation platform, today announced that the company has won two Interactive Media Awards™, in the annual competition sponsored by the Interactive Media Council, Inc. (IMC). ClipBlast! was honored in the Search Engine/Directory and Entertainment categories, respectively. The Interactive …

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